Mama, I Can't Sleep by Brigitte Raab
  

Synopsis

Mama, I Can't Sleep by Brigitte Raab

Sometimes it feels almost impossible to fall asleep. So, when a little girl insists that she simply cannot sleep, her mother tells her how all of the animals in the world go to sleep. But each animal sleeps differently, as the little girl finds out: leopards sleep in trees; storks sleep standing on only one leg; fish sleep with their eyes open; bats hang upside down while they sleep; ducks sleep in large groups; and so forth. But what is the best way for children to sleep? Perhaps if the little girl tries out all the ways animals sleep, she'll find the perfect way for her - in her bed!

About the Author

Brigitte Raab Was born in Thierbach in 1966. After studying nutritional science, she completed a period of training and now works as an editor and author. Manuela Olten was born in 1970. A photographer and graduate in design, she studied illustrationat the University College of Design in Offenbach am Main, where her special field was children's books.

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Paperback
32 pages

Author

Brigitte Raab
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Publication date

11th October 2012

ISBN

9781616089658


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